The Hurlingham Club Fulham, Southwest London Building Redevelopment, UK Architecture

The Hurlingham Club in Fulham

25 Mar 25323

Design: Jestico + Whiles

Location: Fulham, west London, south east England, UK

Following an invited design competition, London and Prague-based architecture and interior design practice Jestico + Whiles have been appointed by The Hurlingham Club to bring forward a new chapter in the Club’s long history.

The Hurlingham Club Fulham London
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The Hurlingham Club, England

Set within 42 acres of land on the banks of the Thames in Fulham, the historic private members club is centred around the grand neo-classical Hurlingham House, designed by George Byfield for John Ellis in the early 1800s, and last altered in 1906 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Building on this impressive architectural legacy, Jestico + Whiles plan to transform the estate incrementally over the next decade, implementing a masterplan produced by Tim Ronalds Architects.

Jestico + Whiles’ winning scheme includes a new brasserie restaurant, café, bar, family spaces, spa, and expanded sports facilities, with a focus on creating spaces that work for multiple generations. The existing clubhouse buildings will be restored, alongside alterations sensitive to the site’s heritage and landscape. Beyond the clubhouse, new cricket and tennis pavilions will be developed.

Jude Harris, Director at Jestico + Whiles said,
“We are honoured to have been selected by The Hurlingham Club to implement its Masterplan, focused on the needs of its members, our appointment by The Hurlingham Club builds on two decades of global hospitality experience and a specialism in restaurant design and private members clubs. Our award-winning interior design will be combined with our architectural reputation for reimagining historic buildings, including the restoration of One Aldwych, The Lansdowne Club and most recently the Mandarin Oriental Palace in Luzern, Switzerland. We are looking forward to working within the rich context of the club’s existing buildings and grounds, and with the first phase transforming the restaurants and bars alongside the events spaces within the East Wing.”

Michael O’Dwyer, Secretary & Chief Executive of the Hurlingham Club, said:
“The appointment of Jestico + Whiles is an exciting move in shaping the future of our Club. We are delighted to be working with them to turn our Masterplan into reality. The first project, a new purpose-built restaurant, plays to their strengths and will be a step change in the offering to our members. We are at the very early stages but already the excitement is mounting around the Club as we wait to see the designs and ideas that Jestico + Whiles will bring to the table.”

Jestico + Whiles

About Jestico + Whiles
Jestico + Whiles is an award-winning architecture and interior design practice with offices in London and Prague, with a reputation for design quality and innovative solutions to challenging briefs. The talented team has completed major projects throughout the UK and across the world.

A core element of the practice is a highly respected specialist hotel and hospitality design studio including architects, interior designers and FFE specifiers. The practice has a global reputation for excellence in the design of prestigious hotel and leisure facilities including restaurants, bars and cruise ship interiors, reinforced by multiple international design awards.  

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